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Michigan’s 8 notable wine trails

May is Michigan Wine Month and a great time to explore the budding greenery of the countryside. Why not pair your weekend retreat with some fine wine? Michigan’s flourishing grape industry is not only producing more award-winning wines than ever before, it has sprouted a booming addition to our tourism industry. While wineries and tasting rooms can be found all around the state, there are now

By |May 7th, 2021|

Michigan’s most family-friendly public gardens

After a long winter often filled with gray skies, brown grass, and bare trees, there is something truly spectacular about strolling through a Michigan garden in the spring. While these annual color tours may delight most adults, kids sometimes lose interest part of the way through. That’s why we’ve identified five botanical treasures that will delight your senses, and keep kids entertained. Leila Arboretum – Battle Creek

By |May 7th, 2021|

Women’s baseball teams find a place in league of their own

It’s spring, and that means getting out and playing sports. While looking around at all the active ball fields, I can’t help but think of the classic line, “There’s no crying in baseball.” Many people know the quote. It comes from the timeless 1992 movie, A League of Their Own and tells the story of the All-American Girl’s Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). Movie aficionados may know

By |May 7th, 2021|

May 2021

Events are starting to make their way off our screens, and back out into the real world. Keep in mind that most will still look a little different this year. We highly recommend visiting each event’s official website to know exactly what to expect, and to confirm that the event is still happening. To keep everyone safe, expect masks to be required at most locations. May

By |May 6th, 2021|

9 epic ways to enjoy Holland, Michigan

There are few floral spectacles across the state that rival the beauty of Holland, Michigan during Tulip Time. The annual festival celebrates not only one of spring’s most magnificent blooms, but the Dutch heritage of the region. The festival will look a little different this year, given the pandemic, but there is still plenty of fun to be had. We recommend checking out any of these

By |May 6th, 2021|

Race to Henry Ford Museum’s new Driving to Win exhibit

You don’t have to adore cars or racing to truly enjoy the latest exhibit to make its home at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, but if you do, then you’ll really love it. Appropriately nestled between the Heroes of the Sky and Driving America exhibits, you’ll find the new attraction, Driven to Win: Racing in America, which is presented by General Motors. From soap

By |April 9th, 2021|
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